The Kiss That Took A Trip - Electroforest

The Kiss That Took A Trip is the creation of Spaniard M.D. Trello. A self-described factotum, Trello does have a sneaky way of creating musical beauty. "Champions of Delay" with its touches of guitar feedback, for example, builds up to an orchestral pinnacle that is simply lovely in its whole to behold. This one's a little like those epic The Cure tracks, albeit without all the depressive sadness.
Although this project primarily consists of extended instrumental pieces, there are vocals on some tracks. "Greatest Loves Are Secret," for instance, features Trello singing with an affected vocal tone. The album also takes a few sonic side roads now and again, such as the multiple takes on the project's title track. One appropriately verson called "Electroforest (detour)," for instance, includes an acoustic piano intro and a breathy lead vocal.
Although aural beauty is the operative term for much of this release, an inclusion called "Jammed Drainpipe Blues" is notable for its sonic dissonance. Much like classical symphonies, however, Electroforest presents the ups and downs of human emotions, resulting in a memorable overall piece of work.

The Kiss That Took A Trip - Electroforest

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